• Rule sends bill to the governor’s desk | March 5, 2024

    OLYMPIA—Rep. Alicia Rule, D-Blaine, remembers the enormous toll Whatcom County communities faced in the aftermath of the fall 2021 floods in the Nooksack River Valley. While people in the affected… READ MORE

  • Rule Passes Two Bills on to the Senate | March 8, 2023

    OLYMPIA—Rep. Alicia Rule (D-Blaine) was elected to the Legislature in 2020 with a clear mission to represent the most vulnerable among us: our children, youth, and struggling young adults. In… READ MORE

  • Statement on HB 1363 | March 7, 2023

    Earlier this Legislative Session, I alerted you of my intent to introduce a bill to change our state’s vehicular pursuits policy to address rising crime. I heard your concerns, and… READ MORE

  • Rule is NCEL’s Washington State Lead | February 17, 2023

    OLYMPIA—The National Caucus of Environmental Legislators (NCEL) has selected Rep. Alicia Rule (D-Blaine) as the 2023-2024 Washington State Lead. This position exemplifies a strong dedication to environmental policy in Washington… READ MORE

  • 2022 End of Session Report | May 10, 2022

    Our community has been through so much in the last two years: a pandemic, historic floods, supply chain issues. This all hit us in our homes and hearts as we… READ MORE

  • Coffee chats next week! | May 2, 2022

    Hello! I hope you all have been enjoying the beginnings of spring! Personally, it’s been a joy to see our communities beginning to bloom again with the flowers. Now, I’m… READ MORE

  • Thank you | March 14, 2022

    Dear friends and neighbors, It’s the Monday after sine die – which means the Legislature has just wrapped up a 60-day blitz of lawmaking. And let me tell you it… READ MORE

  • We still have FIVE bills alive! | February 7, 2022

    Dear friends and neighbors,   It’s hard to believe it’s already February! We’re almost halfway through session and I can report that we’ve already considered dozens of bills and significant investments… READ MORE

  • Session is here and there’s a lot to do! | January 20, 2022

    Friends and neighbors, There’s no denying that things are tough right now. Tough for families, for kids, for healthcare workers, for small business owners, for everyone just trying to get… READ MORE

  • Ask ALICIA 1: Children’s Mental Health | January 13, 2022

    Rep. Alicia Rule, D-Blaine, introduces her new series and talks about the importance of access to mental health for children and youth, especially during this pandemic.

  • Stay safe out there | November 16, 2021

    Dear friends and neighbors, Floodwaters are cresting but conditions will remain challenging for a few days. Please do not drive through standing water or ignore road closed signs. Yesterday there… READ MORE

  • Why is nobody talking about this? | October 25, 2021

    Neighbors and friends,  I’ve been a mental health professional for many years and I’ve never seen children’s mental health this bad. Friends have called me, sometimes in the middle of night, to ask if they’re… READ MORE

  • Sharing resources and listening to you | August 11, 2021

    Friends and neighbors, With the pandemic continuing to affect our communities, this month’s newsletter is all about sharing resources for families, renters, small business owners and others. But first, I… READ MORE

  • Town hall Friday in Point Roberts | July 7, 2021

    Friends and neighbors, I hope you had a safe (and fun) Fourth of July weekend. Though we still have a long way to go before our communities recover from the… READ MORE

  • Reflecting on our work this session | June 4, 2021

    Friends and neighbors, In my first newsletter earlier this year, I talked about how important it is to take care of each other and invest in our communities. That’s why… READ MORE

  • 2021 End of Session Report | April 30, 2021

    2021 was a big year for Washington state. We’re proud to report that we accomplished a lot in the Legislature. Read this overview for some of the things we are… READ MORE

  • Working for you in Olympia | January 15, 2021

    Friends and neighbors, Welcome to my first newsletter! I’ll be sending regular email updates on my work as a first-year lawmaker, COVID-19 resources and news developments. You can also follow… READ MORE

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